Caspar Olevianus (1536-87) was a significant figure in the Reformation of Heidelberg in the 1560s and 1570s and one of the pioneers of Reformed covenant or federal theology. As a teacher he influenced several other significant pastors and teachers in the period . . . Continue reading →
Recently I had the privilege of sitting down for an interview with the fellows at Christ the Center about the latest volume in the Classic Reformed Theology series: Caspar Olevianus, An Exposition of the Apostles’ Creed (1576). Here’s the interview:
At In Principio Deus (in the beginning God). You can get your copy from The Bookstore at WSC ($25 + $5.00 shipping for a hard bound volume).
Thanks to Todd and William, the hosts of Covenant Radio, for spending 90 minutes yesterday talking about Caspar Olevianus’ An Exposition of the Apostles’ Creed. The best way to get to the audio is to go to Bill and Todd’s excellent adventure, . . . Continue reading →
Second it is useful and necessary that in our invocation of God we know what God we are invoking—that true God with whom we have entered into a covenant of faith, who has testified to us in an eternal covenant that He . . . Continue reading →